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    As we've got a Wine section is their anyone into Cheeses, Wine & Cheese generally go hand in hand!

    Munching on some nice Ilchester Wensleydale with Cranberries Cheese
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    Do you know I opened this thread to recomend Wensleydale as a general recomendation, and was going to comment that its really nice with cranberrys in it.. How about that?!? Good man
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    Just finished off a block & feel a bit ill for it i'll have to totter off to the boozer in a few hours recouperate

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    I opened this thread to read about Andre's recommendations for cheesey pop records, and I'm very disappointed that he doesn't seem to want to share with us his favourite nuggets of commercial wonderment.

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    I'm bloody working today, then moving house when I finish ( new hifi in new house this evening... I'm really looking toward to getting it set up!!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Grand Wazoo View Post
    I opened this thread to read about Andre's recommendations for cheesey pop records, and I'm very disappointed that he doesn't seem to want to share with us his favourite nuggets of commercial wonderment.
    The ting tings! My missis thinks I'm a loony, but I just can't help it!
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    Nothing wrong with the Ting Tings! Good luck with the moving Hamish!
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    Oh, better post on topic! I love any cheese - a really ripe brie, anything blue, Austrian smoked, roule - yummy!
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    I've just made significant inroads into a board of 8 different cheeses with my family:

    Wensleydale,
    Double Gloucester,
    Cheddar,
    Brie
    Swedish Blue - no I've never tried it before either,
    Another soft slightly nutty Swedish one,
    Creamy Lancashire,
    Peppered Boursin.

    With a selection of different types of biscuit.
    Best combo?
    Wensleydale on Oatcakes.

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